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SOME ENTERPRISING FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

SOME- ENTERPRISINGý,: The cultivation of ''bliprbduciig plants has been. receiving .a, good. dai .. of attention at Bairnsdale lately, a4id..: farmers have been eagqr to.,sQCcui.thL bonus of -£2 per acroe ollered by.tli 'he Governient for, the growth of ,plants of this'description. As the necessity' for a mill to. treat...the planats, is..a serious, drawback, efforts have beenl :" made'l o get the Govenment: to. erect one, aid it appears as if they will accede to the" request:. 'Mr.. 'JamecS Yeateij has just received a letlerfroi. Mr. A.'M'Lean, member'Tf6 the :dis trictiof o[which thp following.sau,cx.-..: tract : Mr. Taverier 'i dispeil) 'o '1rcodt' mend the Cabliiit 'to autidrise thi W rs- . cultural department to take the iuntter in liaidi,' and 'he ilso' soems to fnvdoiob, ' . entertain the <question of selccti t~i'?irn dale as the "ite for the' ereci'eo d ftld 6:... necessary ill. As 'oii' have 6 ien oin- .. dideraible attentidn to tliiusiuit?, dd lu'y? i :, think t...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

YARRAGON. (Frno0 OUR oWN connESPONDENT.) -- 0--o We have had a change from the extreme heat and dry weather to comparatively cool days and nights, but the heavy fall of rain that was so much needed to make amends for the long drought has not come so far, and one feels almost inclined to envy some Sf the neighboring colonies when we read of a fall of rain to the extent of five and six inches per day for many days in succession. One of those wet days would have put things square with us for the season. AN IMPORTAN T DISCOVERY. The importance to dairy farmers of the discovery of the "sewell " process of preserving butter for export, by which means the produce can be shipped as ordinary cargo at 40s per ton, instead of being placed in freezing chambers at £1t per ton, cannot be over-catimnated. A reduction to this extent, if the process should prove a success, would add considerably to the producer's profits. This is no mere experiment, it appears, for already a ton of butter has been c...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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MAJOR HOAD PROMOTED. ASSISTANT-ADJUTANT GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

MAdJO HUOAD PROMOTEQD;'. ,. ASSIfSTANT-.:ADJUTANY Tile local members of the Victorian Mounted i?les -?ifl 'sl'are w-ll 'tti'rr kIthren-in-armn s .,.throughout the o lo;hy the gratification felt at the "ellIdeservea ,i. roltidti'r't.E' M?aj6?i H oad to the position of Assistant Adjutant General. The Major "h-i beconle quite as well known milifasr' finur in the district by virtue of, his ocaionail visits, and ?will be re in the .viuug. ........ .. . S-Mjor Iload, vho went to En land some time ago for:' adtitf e :of study and whose examinations were. of thl most cr'?t?il1e l?|r~der, n~: ','pedi-: cmUS·"a"(ýle Eliurac ewr, lca, s e pe i'"` aV tiy ra ?Jý i ,rhtl ,Wo;i 4 atau competent a master than General Sir Evelyn WFiV J!fVA wh'o1 took 3'-9 a" keen interest in his welfare while in l' ngland, i wiifidose otici'a reports to the Victorian Government convey his :Wkpreciatio"':of thdh"?,fL "''i offi?cei's It'ents. Coiiibiniihg 'atct with lodal lolviedge and. an undunbtpd ability,. for hard...

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MINING AT GEMBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

MINING AT GEMBROOK. - - --------. ----- , . -. 4-i1 importpnt *development:, has taken plaece ini connectio:n witli the aurifernis' dyke' iecehtfl; disdovered at Gembrook. In fu'r'lir oening up ;Sma.lit!s;claimf; ihich aijobis'tliat, of L9gan, the0 l ahovCeei'of theidyke, 1the men so employed ,oltaned. an. aunce. bt loose gold, besides 100 specimens to the dish. Great excitement pret. vails in the district, and claims are *bbfta'~in'arked off. ,,apng the lini of lode riglil 'turu. to, private properties of bles. T'ulhl' and Crichton on tho east, and Ainderson and others op;jthp?rf?p; 'vaveral: capitalists and mining experts are already on,,tlhe .gound,: who;:speak: .eihuragingly i rega~rdng i tlie ' valiue and pertaifecei'tofitlh Jfiid..:.'iOfe'r aS beifr 9 61 nii ii .'Uc, t I lpers of likely .'groiti.';J.. aud,..,prrtiasa.uro being formed for the purpose of testing lodalities to exist.. ;,A, least two of the most prominpit mqn coii • crtdd with tlhe rdýe'ii' di'Coe:ry 'de-' clare t...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

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Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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South Warragul Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

South Wrarragul Mining. Tihe South Warragl P'roprietary conm lpany have re-calnllnonced operarions on the Bear-creek prrporty. It is intended to carry out the original prbject of opening up the ground by continuing the shafts and drives. Rlequisite machinery is also being obtained for winding, slare ing &c. and Captain Durstan, the mining manager, hopes to have the work in progress in the course of a few days. The 14-acre lease formerly held by Strang and party, is being floated into a No Liability Company of 32,000 shares of £10 each. In the meantime the shaft will be sunk further down and the water will be coped with by mieans of a Tangye pump. This property is the one first opened up and frorm which several good prospects have been obtained. A Sitting of thle Court of General Sessions and County Court will be opened at Warragul to-morrow. The Adelaide Steamship Company Limited notify by advertisement that their well-known passenger steamer, Adelaide, 2,500 tons, will leav...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Local Life Assurance. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Local Life Assaurance. The wisdoln of life assurance is very strikingly exempllied in the case of the late Mr. William HIlearodon, farmer, of Neerinl. South, who mset with a fatal gun clid.ent about 10 days ago oand w.hose lihi was insured in the New York Life [usur.uise Company for £1000. The special agent of the coupany--Mr. A. Goldberg-is to dayu procreding to Neerun to arrange the payment of the stmin mentioned and in the course of a few days the widow will be the fortunate recipient of this very substantial cheque

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The Shire Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

The Shire Engineer. In severing his connection with the Warragnl bhiire Council, Mr. T. J. \Vithrington has the satslaction ofl know. ing that during the time he has aeted as its Uengineer, lie has dischiarged his duties with couscieitious fidelity a;nd wonl the good esieemu of every couincillor. Beiug fully conversant with the Iniutifariious requireuments of the ofthice, he was enablcedl to straightway till the varalcy caused by the retirement of his predecessor, and to catch up the tllreads, as it were, without in the slighitest degree checking the work in haind or in asny way inter ferinlg with the regular progress of operations in connection with his department. Being a skilful draughts mau as well as experienced in tie various Iranches of elguieerinug lie was admirably qualitied for thil position lie held, and only severs his colnniection with the council because the inexorable law of circumtlistance demanllds retrenlcllient in the sum explendied uLpon the ofticials of the shir...

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Warragul Butter in London. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Warragul Butter in London. Mr. lomtal, secretary of the \Varragnl ]nltter Factory Coy., has just received advice that of the 150 cases of butter s.hipped per the e.s. Australia, 70 cases were sold at the rate of 70. per ewt., and the balance at 86,i and i.3I. A special mieeting of the directors was held on Saturday last, when the butter value of the milk for the current motlth was fixed at itid per potnd. The prices realised on the Lotdon market by the above mentioned shipment are not as satisfac tory as anticipated. It was thought that the consignmentt would, at least, have tetched au average otU0s per cwt. Tlhe shipment, however. mlay Ilave arrived just as the market had fallen. Prtces tlnctuate greatly at the time of year that thlt Australia arrived, and consequently it does not necessarily follow tlht the article is of inferior quality because the price realisetd is comptaratively low.

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The Bloomfield Creamery. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

The Bloomfield Creamery. The balance-sheet of the iloomfield Creamery Coy. for the year ending December 1lst last is advertised in this issue. it shows that during the period named the receipts from sales of cream have amounted to £828 Gs ld, that £713 Is 7d has been paid for milk, that the working expenses have come to £00 its 9d, and that the. autount due to the bank las. beeni reduced from £218 18s iod to £107 10-s hd. The balance of assets over liabilities is lint down at £480 18s 6d. The assets, include £380 for buihling,, land, and plant, e£28 15s, uncalled capital; £46 10s il due tor cream, and £3: 17s for calls unpaid. Mr. A. D. ?hiard is still secretary and Mr. C. 8. Allieck has ijst tuidited his aCCounts anld tunid theml correct.

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The Delahunty Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

The Delahunty untd. Subscribers to the fiund raised for pro viding an artillcial pair of legs for the 3outh lielahunty, are naturally oerincing a little curiosity as to when matters con nected therewith, will be brought to a cllll lt ad It statem.ient published setting flrth thii exact iallOnt of money collected anat dunlited, the proportion thalit halt beeni exlsitlded i.purll.lnince of the object in view, anid wlihat it is proposed to do with the balance. These, of course,.nare parti lrs wlicih the conitteeomtittt can furnlsh and which the contributing public have a right to demandl. The committee, howy ever, are not at present in it position to furnish the details. Many of thllose who were supplied with collectttng cards have failed to send in the lamlolnlts collected, altllough requested to do so by the Secre. tary, and tonlsequently it is linpossible for the comllnittee to prepare it bal!ance sheet and wind lip the fund. Thle fiact, houwever,, remalils that. lmatters should hav...

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Local Timber for England. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Local Timber for England. The Darnumn saw-mills are contributing their quota to the experimental shipment of timber to America, with the view of inititiatinc'a large export trade in sawn staft. with brother Jonathan. Messrs. Cropley Bros., and Messrs. Guon and Co. will each send about 1000 feet of white gum and blackbutt; and, we understand, that Messrs. McColl Uros, of Warragul. arc also supplying similar orders. The Agricultural department undertakes to have the timber consigned to America free of cost, and judging by the splendid pjcos realised for 'rasmanian timber in tBritish mtarket there is every likeh leoiitlff anl important and lucrative trade being eventually developed tn Victoria. Messrs. Mason .Bros., of Yarrami, have sent about 45,000 feetof stringly bark, to be':forwardeud to London by the ship Othello, wltch leaves shortly. Saw millers are displaying great anxiety as to the result of recent carg6es, anld inforlta tioh is eagerly awaited. Messrs. Mason have received a ...

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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 1895. The "Jack" Gardiner Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

THE oargi agll (udItailialt WrH WIIICHI IS ICORPOnATI:I cite`r rr ilul l ets. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 18'J5. The "Jack" Gardiner Scandal. TuIE outcry raised from time to time against tile exercise of political patronage seems to have failed in its effect'on those who have been entrusted with the management of the Victorian Railway Department, and we are threatened with a return of that old order of things which all just and honorable meln desire to see buried in the oblivion of the past. The out rageously over-mannedl condition of the department has been partially remedied by the wholesale dismissal of worthy men, and there is now a cheering prospect of the number being eventually reduced t' a total conmineu aurate with the amount of work to be done. Everybody regretted that the inexorable decree of circumstance necessitated this dismissal of capable officials, and everybody agreed with the principle that if at any future time it became necessary to augment the staff, preference sho...

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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

. . . . ._ . _ - "PUNCH" PICKINGS. Napoleon's taste in dress was excellent, but he disliked black and colors, and thought a woman looked her best when attired in snowy white. The Empress Josephine was faultless in her taste, and only wore such styles that became her. Probably it was owing to this fact that Napoleon became so critical of other woman's attire. When a State Ball is given at the Court of the German Emperor, all the rooms are perfumed by means of a specially-prepared scent, which is poured upon red-hot iron plates that are carried about the rooms before the guests begin to arrive. Then all the rooms are brilliantly lit up, the scent of amber fills the warm air, the soldiers in parade uniform and the lacqueys in gals are at their posts, and the scenery of the coming festivity is complete. Lord and Lady Brassey gave a servants' ball early in January in the large hall at Normanhurst Court. Lord Brassey opened the ball with the housekeeper, and Lady Brassey wih the house ste...

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Prospecting to the North. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Prospecting to the North. Mr. C. A. Macan, who was residing in Warragul some little tilmue ago, is making ani extended prospecting toutr inl the north of Neeritm. Starting from the Jamieson, he will traverse on toot the country as far aIs Walhalla and thence back to Tanjil. through Noojoe to the head of the Yarra valley It is hoped that lie will be re. warded with a rich discovery. The nlumber of slliners 'in the Crossover district has ralIhn off considerably daring the Plast few nimnths. Many of the village settlers rwho have been in tilhe habit of sipplenentinig their neckly dole froln Government with a little mluiting, are nowv making but a very precarious living, ntld in somle cases tihe finmilies are ahlnost on tlie verge-of actual want. . A imlber of miners on the Latrome recently struck a good.patch on the old river bed winch halis been left dry duliring the recent drought. The fear is that a remnewed rainfall will drive the miners back.

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A FOOL AND HIS MONEY. SPENDS £87,000 IN JEWELLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

A FOOL AND HIS MONEY SPENDS £87,000 IN JEWELLERY. ---o0 A singular case is now before the London law courts which is exciting a good deal of interest. A young man named Tasker, who recently inherited a fortune of £700,000, is suing Messrs. Steeter and Co.. the well-known jewellers, of New Bond-street, for £17,000, being the amount of jewellery which tne plaintiff alleges was bought by him but never delivered by the defendants. In the course of the evidence it transpired that the plaintiff purchased articles of jewellery of the value of £87,000 in a few weeks. Among the jewels purchased by the plaintiff were the famous Agra diamond, for which he gave £15,000; the Hope diamond, which cost him £30,000, and seven other diamonds, for which he paid £30,000. Mlessrs. Streeter and Co. deny cer tain of the alleged transactions. Much of the Victorian butter by the R.M.S. Orient, which left Melbourne on .Tanuary 5; has been fonnd to be in bad condition through the temperature having been too h...

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CRICKET. WARRAGUL v. BRANDY CREEK 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

CRICKET. WARrAGUL v. BItK-r.Y Ci;EEI 15i -0- This match was played on Saturday last, and resulted in the Warrag-il te:r. sustaining their first defeat of the seaso owing to the absence of five of thoir regular players the Warragali had o catll in tbe services of 5 "Bohemians" o thatl the defeat can hardly be taken as againt the regular team that so far this season has averted a defeat. However, a very enjoyable gamno was played, and the Brandy Creek batted first and scored Go runs, of which Heath and Lochwood (not the Englishmen) made 12 each. Coglhlaa was in good form wib thle ball and secured 6 wickets at the stmall cost of 2'0 runs, HIowell got 5 for 28. The Warragcnil essayed to make 60 runs, but in ;J minutes they were all out for 5-1, chiefly owing to the splendid bowling of lnllsel, junr. He secured 8 wickets at a very small cost. The pitch helped the bowler a lot, and if the matting had not been brought, no doubt some record avcera?es would have been obtained. The flloilng a...

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RABBITS ALIVE O! [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

;,,,..RABBITS ALIVE'O! Some of t etrill kes ilcon j hioni :ith the export rabbit trade will, it lhas been suggested, be dvercome by rending rabbits down. to _1,e . bofirne ,alive "`'a {itt *, i'hth?is part of the year it is found difficult to keep rabbits from getting somewhat " high"-not; ,iur; prieo~,iF.;.-.:ir bt;, temperature-and" the idea seems to 1in, favor that if the rabbits, ere dehvered at the,cool , stores' .iive .the fiieialsrpengaedl 'in packing and ,filezing them would be better able to select those that,; were suitabld for-:: ex9grt,. r If any attempt sholldl, be, made-'to carry ?i?.tdt'-i tldie 'hil l3 ' lively scenes alt thei. l 9ding,aud,i i,, Sm nilording :pIoces. '1'h. iýtJ i .o Agriculture had a conrcreiuce ith' tih PIremier. ot .,the., sujecti;.and .:t :ma.y?" dgeialed that experiments taould be tried in sending live rabbiit downi from the country in sheep trqcks, i~hich ,wotild be secured with ' ,re netting. The law ?aesi an. taofe all. l :tokep-prabbits alive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - ýTOCK ENTERED FOR TIlE IUIS. ?? IULN AND WAitIA(;GUL MAItKETS FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken -Loans Arranged. LoutA. tl:tr.I:srNTATIVEr. or MESSRS. \11M. HAMILTON & CO. BuLn Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, s2at MAltII, 1595. -W .-l. hAmILTON &. CO. will sell hy X1 public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hot.l. on above date, at 1 o'cloek For Owners- Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, A'c. WM. IIAMILTON A. CO., 1,arrsgnl, and 123l Queen-street, Melbourne Wa ragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY. awn 31AICHI., 1895. -V 1 L. TIIA1Il'ON A' CO. wilihold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyonts' Livery Stables, on the above date. when they will offcr Horses. Cattle, Sltep, Wn1. HAMILTON ,r Co.. Warragul. and 1"(0 Qiun-street. Melloltrue LEONGATHA SALE. FORTXIGHITLY SALE. Thursday, March 14, At On," p.m. SharLp. WTP. BHAMILTON ea CO. ...

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLED. Information has been received by the authorities of the Salvation Army that "' General," Booth, the founder of the institution, intends paying anuther visit to the Australian co.onies at the end of the curront year. Mr. Purvos asked a politician in the witness-box the definition of a silent vote. He wanted to know if a vote was "silent" when it was not " drunk and dis olderly." A man discovered the body of his brother in a river at Ballymena, and while attempting to lift it out, lie too fell in and was drowned, "An arrogant and foolish boy is what the London "' Tiimes" calls the Khedive of Egypt, the sprightly Abbas. This young gentleman has already given a great deal miore tronble than hle is worth, therefore it is not surprising to learn of a rutnour that Great ]jritain intends to de piose hiiim. A request has been preferred to the Chief Secretary that Friday. 1st March the first day of the test match between Australia and Mr. Stoddart's English Eleveu on th...

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